Living With Pets: How to Keep Your House Clean

How to Keep Your House Clean With Pets Raising your pet in your home can be such a fun experience, and create a loving environment for you and your family. However, we know that it’s hard to have a pet and a clean home can be a balancing...

Swimming Safety Tips for Your Dog

Allowing your four-legged friend to enjoy a refreshing swim on a hot summer day can be a great way to help him keep cool while getting in some exercise time. Of course, safety should always be top priority whenever your pets are involved, so put...

A Complete Guide to Exercising a Senior Dog (Part 1)

Taking the dog for a walk is a healthy, wholesome activity for both humans and animals. It’s a great source of exercise, promotes bonding, and encourages a healthy lifestyle. Dogs love it too – but sometimes, special allowances have...

Pet Cancers in Cats and Dogs

One of the most heartbreaking diagnoses a pet owner can hear is that a beloved family pet has been stricken with a terminal illness. Like humans, cats and dogs can fall victim to cancerous tumors that can quickly be fatal. Luckily, if the disease...

Hiking Season Rattlesnake Awareness and Safety

One of the best ways to spend time with your dog while also getting some much-needed exercise is hiking in and around the city. Hiking season is popular with most San Diego residents, including those who get around on four legs. Unfortunately...

Your Dog May Have To Pass On The Guacamole

Avocado season is in full swing and they seem to be everywhere. Whether you’re adding avocado to your BLT or fixing a fresh batch of guacamole, it looks like you may have to ignore your dog’s plea to toss some avocado bits in their...

Most recent pet food recalls

Just like people food, we really have to keep our ears open to pet food recalls.  The best place to visit on a bimonthly basis is the Humane Society website. They keep an updated list of contaminated foods and treats harmful to pets. Another...